Talk:Decemberween Food

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How do you know how they make this food? PrincessHomestar from the fanstuff wiki

The names of the food are fairly descriptive. Furthermore, it is better to have this level of explanation than something like: "we don't know what it is or who makes it but it sure needs its own article" - Dr Haggis - Talk 22:12, 23 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Can someone link to where the bean-stuffed turkey is mentioned? I have no idea, and I imagine neither would the average user. —AbdiViklas 17:57, 25 November 2005 (UTC)
A quick search shows beans coming up in all sorts of bizarre context, but none relating to turkeys, except on this page. Sounds like a bogus entry to me. --DorianGray
I took it out. If someone finds that it's true, feel free to revert it. - KookykmanImage:kookysig.gif(t)(c)(r)
Perhaps I'm the only one, but I'm not sure the names of these foods are quite descriptive enough to infer their method of manufacture. While I'm all for filling in the blanks in the H*R universe when it comes to reasonable, even trivial assumptions, but I don't think that this is such a case. For example: Stuffinged ham may be ham that was cooked with stuffing inside it, rather than used as stuffing. In any case, if this means that these foods should merely be a subsection of the Decemberween article, rather than having their own article, then so be it. Lor 16:12, 21 December 2005 (UTC)
I think we have enough on the decemberween article, since we merged it with Christmas. I like this page, although I do agree; how do we know what all these foods are made of? — talk Bubsty edits 16:36, 21 December 2005 (UTC)

Semi-Major Rewrite

Okay, I just stumbled upon this page for the first time, and wow, does it ever need some re-writing. I'm inclined to agree with Lor from eleven years ago— we really don't know how the foods were prepared. I would argue that it is not necessarily a valid assumption that "gravied yams" are yams that were whipped into gravy, and the description of "stuffinged ham" is even more assumptious. And "unappetizing"? When is that ever an acceptable assumption on a wiki? These descriptions seem closer to fan fiction to me. I really think those were just food-related love words that The Brothers Chaps decided to string together for amusing effect. Let's just stick to the facts, like their appearance. Uncouth. I bet freakin' this article is plain couth. Lira (talk) 01:24, 6 May 2016 (UTC)

I thinks the page could just be a section on the Minor Foods page. Gfdgsgxgzgdrc 05:05, 6 May 2016 (UTC)
Yeah, maybe... We have a lot of pages that are more pointless than this, though, so I'm also fine with it staying. But it needs some serious clean-up if so. Lira (talk) 16:00, 7 May 2016 (UTC)
Okay, I just tried to revise this, but I pretty quickly realized that getting rid of all the speculation on here would strip it of almost all material, which just supports the idea that this shouldn't be a separate page. You might be right, Gfd; maybe this should just be kept to Minor Foods. Whatever we do, I'd like to do it sometime soon— this crap belongs on the fanstuff wiki. Lira (talk) 16:02, 17 May 2016 (UTC)
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